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  • Info Abdomen (less formally called the belly, stomach, tummy or midriff) constitutes the part of the body between the thorax (chest) and pelvis: in humans and in other vertebrates such as mammals. more...
  • In children all areas may be involved, including the face or abdomen.
  • Then they join their bodies together end to end at their abdomens.
  • After some time the abdomen becomes silent, heart sounds can be heard all over.
  • They were well formed in every respect and united by their abdomens. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • Some species have the wing reduced so that the abdomen is visible from above.
  • When they dance, they hit wood pieces located in the hands, knees and abdomen.
  • With that, she felt pain in her abdomen, and left the group.
  • Others may have the abdomen background color red instead of black.
  • At the start of the season he didn't play due the abdomen surgery.
  • It is also commonly felt in the right or left abdomen.
  • They are about three quarters of an inch long with large round abdomens.
  • She then used a kitchen knife to cut open her abdomen in a total of three attempts.
  • When these fish reproduce, the male will present his abdomen to the female.
  • Their body becomes more deep set toward the abdomen, which area also starts bulking out.
  • Their abdomens are twice as long as the length of their wings.
  • When symptoms occur, a person may feel severe pain in the upper right part of their abdomen.
  • He experienced heart pains and a pain in his abdomen, and died after five days.
  • A 21-year-old man who was shot in the abdomen died days later.
  • There is also often an orange-brown stripe running down the top-centre of its abdomen.
  • They typically have a wide abdomen, and often have a somewhat worm-like body.
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Meaning of abdomen

  • noun The region of the body of a vertebrate between the thorax and the pelvis